Pylot Magazine: The Kickstarter Fashion Mag That Refuses To Airbrush

14/08/2014 16:41 | Updated 20 May 2015

A fashion magazine that doesn't retouch or airbrush any of its images - are you kidding?

Pylot Magazine (think fashion, portrait and art photography) has launched a Kickstarter project to gain financial backing which will allow it to continue to use only analogue processes.

Editor in chief Max Barnett and his team are all about the positive image and representation of fashion photography.

This means not allowing images to be beauty airbrushed in any way: "No spot removing, no eye brightening, no teeth whitening, no major hair changes and no body shape alterations (liquifying)."

The team are looking for £4000 worth of funding which will go towards: print costs, publicity, distribution and rolls of film/processing. So, if this is something you're up for supporting get on the pledging case - you've got until 14 April 2014.

WATCH this video to get all the deets on this awesome project...


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